Maisie Richardson-Sellers recently departed from DC’s well-known show Legends of Tomorrow. We have the latest update on Maisie’s exit from the show.
Maisie’s character in Legends of Tomorrow
Actor Maisie Richardson-Sellers exit was known well before the season five finale. We are waiting for the new season to come out, although that might be delayed due to the ongoing pandemic.
However, her departure wasn’t just adhering to the show’s plot, but it was also meant to write her off from the show since she is leaving the show.
She has played several characters in the show including Charlie and a version of the Vixen.
The story behind her exit
Her exit was in the runnings for about a year before she officially left the show. Maisie wants to embark on her own journey as a film-maker.
However, characters have known to come back to the show, so that window is always open for her.
The show’s co-runner Phil has expressed pride in the actor saying that she has more drive and determination than anyone he knows.
Maisie’s words on the exit
Maisie has shared a message on her Instagram addressing her friends, cast, and crew.
She has expressed her love for the cast and crew and has paid homage to the brilliant work done by the post-production staff.
She has thanked her fans for loving her and inspiring her through it all. Additionally, she has expressed love for her time on the show.
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I have loved every moment of bringing Amaya and Charlie to life these past 4 years. The most special crew we could ever hope for, through all the long hours, you kept me smiling and created such a strong sense of family and support. The writers and post production team, what a world you have created! Thank you for always taking risks, your vivid imaginations and passion radiate through all that you do phenomenally. The fans, meeting some of you and seeing your kindness, openness and generosity of spirit online, you are such an inspiration to me. Thank you all. Stay strong, weird and wild ????????
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